Bullying and Racism in the Workplace

Bullying is often not acknowledged within the workplace; it’s brushed under the rug, and its victims are told to grow a thicker skin. Workplace bullying is the targeted mistreatment by individuals who exploit their position, power, and privilege to emotionally harm those in marginalised positions. Black women are victims of workplace harassment and bullying, often […]


Meet your new Editors-in-Chief

The Student sat down with incoming Editors-in-Chief, Grace Lavender (former Comment Editor) and Rufus Bouverie (former Features Editor), to discuss their plans for the paper, the content they’re looking forward to seeing and where they hope to be in five editions time. When did you first start at The Student? R – I started in […]

Fringe Theatre

The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk

Neatly tucked away behind Usher Hall, Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre has many hidden gems on offer over the Fringe this year, and The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk is no exception. Delivered in a crescendo of song and colour, Marc Chegall (Marc Antolin) and his beloved Bella (Audrey Brisson) burst onto the stage with a vibrancy of […]

Culture Theatre

Whodunit? Nobody knows! Christie’s Mousetrap returns to Edinburgh

To mark its 60th anniversary, the world’s longest-running stage play The Mousetrap is on tour. With a vibrant cast and an incredibly sturdy and realistic set, this show certainly has the quality of a well-run play, but shows no signs of being outdated. It is no mystery that Agatha Christie is a national treasure and this […]